15 offprints by Umberto Brunelleschi.
Genuine lithographs by Brunelleschi that have never been inserted into books (limited print of 1000 volumes).
1946 edition published by Gibert Jeune.
Each story is illustrated by a plate, you can find: Peau d'âne, les souhaits ridicules, Griselidis, la Belle au bois-dormant, le petit chaperon rouge, Barbe-bleue, le chat botté, les fées, Cendrillon, Riquet à la houppe, le petit poucet...
Umberto Brunelleschi, (1879 /1949) was an Italian painter, illustrator and poster artist.
After studying at the Florence Academy of Fine Arts and participating in exhibitions in Italy, Umberto Brunelleschi left his home country, at the same time as his friend Ardengo Soffici, and moved to Paris where he found a job as an illustrator for the newspaper Le Rire in November 1900. At the beginning of the 20th century, he quickly became involved with the young poets who frequented the Latin Quarter and began exhibiting at the Salon des Indépendants. He befriended other Italian artists living in Paris, such as the Florentine Ottorino Andreini.
- Boek gerelateerd object
- Aantal boeken
- Auteur/ Illustrator
- Perrault / Umberto Brunnellesci
- Contes de Perrault
- Publicatiejaar oudste item
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- Geïllustreerde druk
- Oorspronkelijke taal
- Gibert jeune
- Aantal pagina‘s.
- 26×20 cm